Appearing in "The Whole World Is Watching"
- Dora Milaje
- Baron Helmut Zemo
- Sharon Carter
- Global Repatriation Council
- Sarah Wilson
- Flag Smashers
- Power Broker (Behind the scenes)
- Hydra (Recap)
- Vasily Karpov (Recap)
- Iron Man (Tony Stark) (Recap)
- Captain America (Steve Rogers) (Recap)
- Maria Stark (Recap)
- Shuri (Mentioned)
- King T'Chaka (Mentioned)
- Dr. Wilfred Nagel (Mentioned)
- Nazis (Mentioned)
- Ultron (Mentioned)
- Avengers (Mentioned)
- Helmut Zemo's son (Mentioned)
- Lukasz Kovaczsik (Mentioned)
- "Mama Donya" Madani (Corpse)
- AJ (Mentioned)
- Cass (Mentioned)
- Bast (Invoked)
Races and Species:
- Captain America's Uniform
- Super-Soldier Serum
- Falcon's Wings
Synopsis for "The Whole World Is Watching"
John Walker loses patience with Sam and Bucky as they learn more about Karli Morgenthau.
|Sam Wilson / Falcon||Anthony Mackie|
|Bucky Barnes / Winter Soldier||Sebastian Stan|
|Baron Zemo||Daniel Brühl|
|Sharon Carter||Emily VanCamp|
|John Walker||Wyatt Russell|
|Karli Morgenthau||Erin Kellyman|
|Diego||Tyler Dean Flores|
|Sarah Wilson||Adepero Oduye|
|Nomble (Dora #1)||Janeshia Adams-Ginyard|
|Yama (Dora #2)||Zola Williams|
|Brave Girl||Marie Martinova|
|Mama Donya||Veronica Falcón|
|Latvian Fan||Sinead Phelps|
|Young Woman||Antonie Formanová|
- Ludwig Göransson's Black Panther score is played during the scenes the Dora Milaje appear.
- The tunnel filled with street art that Sharon Carter appears in, in reality, is the Krog Street Tunnel in Atlanta, where the series was filmed in.
- The statue in the episode's final scene is the Statue of Josef Jungmann located in Prague, where the series was filmed, and not Latvia, like the episode suggests. However, the base of the statue was altered for the episode to include the title/opening words of the Latvian national anthem.
- The episode's title is derived from the phrase chanted by anti-Vietnam War demonstrators as they were subjected to police brutality during the 1968 Democratic National Convention. The phrase took on further meaning in the 21st century due to social media and people being able to capture occurrences of police brutality or abuse of authority on their mobile devices, such is what happens to John Walker at the end of the episode, when he brutally executes a Flag Smasher in front of a crowd of onlookers with their cellphones out.
- Zemo offering Turkish delight to the refugee children for information could be a nod to the fantasy novel The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe, where the White Witch offers Edmund Pevensie Turkish delight in exchange for information about his siblings.
- The shot from below of Zemo destroying the blue Super-Soldier Serum vials could be a visual homage to Breaking Bad, which has a staple of shooting the the creation of the blue crystal from below as the characters look over it.
- Florence Kasumba's main title credit is briefly translated to Wakandan characters.
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